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P.F. Chang’s celebrates Lunar New Year, offers Red Lanterns, Fire and Ice

Special menu items, commemorative gift card help ring in Year of Ox

A Lunar New Year Celebration is now underway at P.F. Chang’s locations nationwide, featuring a Fire & Ice dessert and Red Lantern cocktail. In addition to festive menu items, the Asian-style casual-dining chain will adorn its restaurants with red lanterns, marking the arrival of spring and wishes for a bright future, which is a hallmark of the new moon’s symbolism.

Lunar New Year menu

The Red Lantern, a returning guest favorite from last year, mixes Reyka Vodka, Solerno Liqueur, blood orange, pineapple, and lemon. The limited-time cocktail is embellished with an ornate red lantern stir stick and served in an illuminated glass. P.F. Chang’s Fire & Ice pairs a warm bread pudding with vanilla ice cream, which are then encased in a chocolate shell and served flaming for a memorable tableside experience.

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“These items allow us to further expand our elevated menu offerings and provide our guests with an immersive dining experience,” said Steve Solis, P.F. Chang’s director of Culinary Operations.

Also, 300-unit P.F. Chang’s will feature select menu items for the occasion, including Korean Bulgogi Lettuce Wraps, Miso Butter Lobster Dumplings, Peking Duck, and the Rising Dragon cocktail, which guests can order for on-premises dining, or for pickup or delivery orders.

Lunar New Year gift card

The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based restaurant chain will also offer for purchase a special gift card, designed with a limited-edition gold motif, representing the Year of the Ox and Lunar New Year.

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